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Set up alerts on free space on windows 2000 disks

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Hi Experts,
How can I configure alerts to notify me, email preffered, when a disk is low in free space.
I only want to have alerts when neccesary.
Thank you,
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by:Felix Leven
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You can check the eventlog for Event ID 2013 Source Srv - Warning and send Mail/SMS or Get free space by creating a VBscript/Powershell  and send Mail/SMS
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Hi MrGraves
Any example of the VBscript/Power shell to send message when I got an event ID?
Thank you,
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thanks
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